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. >> reporter: this is sheldrick's latest adoptee one-year-old kwanza. her mother and two sisters were gunned down near a national park. sheldrick's staff was called in to help. the baby would in severe shock and would not feed. kwanza was stabilized by vets and then air lifted back to the orphanage. sheldrick says it's difficult to get traumatized elephants to accept food from humans. so it was a big moment when kwanza took milk from a bottle for the first time. the human touch is crucial. but sheldrick told us kwanza's fellow orphans are just as important. >> she will be able to take her cues from them. they will be comforting her. >> reporter: kwanza won't be released back into the wild for ten years. if that happens she would be sheldrick graduate number 198. that's a record made possible by her caretakers, human and otherwise. m. san 'jay, cbs news, nairobi. >> jarvis: and that is the cbs evening news for scott pelley, i'm rebecca jarvis. for all of us at cbs news, happy new year. good night. >>> this is 9 news now. >>> with this congress that was obviously a little too much to hope for
more excited about kwanza. maybe we should be -- maybe we should be more excited about kwanza's founder. he is my santa. >> ha, ha, ha. >> keep laughing while you make fun of people who are suffering. >> we are not making fun of anybody suffering. >> it sounds like it. >> we aren't. >> well then vote for obama. >> we don't have to. he is already re-elected. jay vote for him next time. -- >> vote for him next time. >> we'll see. that might change. >> that's a bad example. >> i meant chavez. >> bill, try to pretend you were listening and formulate an answer. >> of course, of course. the man wears all red, comme. white beard, marxist. the elves are all male. gray! -- gay. the stronger reindeer are on top, rudolph, and the ones that don't work as hard are in the back, blitzen, but the rest of him is unbelievably communist. it makes perfect sense. what does he distract us from? religion. we are focusing on santa instead of baby jesus. the war is real. >> rudolph is actually an oppressed minority who over came his problems. gyro say shaw, nose -- rosecea, look into it. >> old news. >> by the
and happy hanukkah, kwanza, season's greetings, honestly, just be saturday. i really don't give a [bleep] what you sell brat. just enjoy yourselves and i very much want to thank wyatt cenac for all the years of great work. (cheers and applause) >> jon: we're going to miss him. in fact, here it is, your moment of cenac. >> beard troubles. >> sure, beard brothers ♪ it's the hardest thing there is to say ♪ ♪ good-bye ♪ good-bye ♪ captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) stephen, stephen, stephen! >> thank you, thank you ladies and gentlemen. i got to tell you. that is so beautiful. that is so beautiful. i will take that sound. i will take that sound over jingle bells any day. nation, tonight is my last episode before three weeks off. but i'm not looking ahead to the break. i've already started. (cheers and applause) >> that is not a prop. whooo! >> there are still some important stories to talk about there, folks. like last night's megaconcert
to bring the foot traffic successfully by the way, we're getting ready to do our 7th year of kwanza, 7th year of mardi gras san francisco style. >> if you can finish, miss williams. >> but we are treated as if we are second hand citizens. we were there before those businesses got there. for a people like me, who is trying to bridge the gap between the businesses and the community, give us some respect when it comes down to working with certain offices here in city hall and come back and debrief us and let us know. i know that it's trying coming to our neighborhood because we're passionate, but we do deserve to get feedback and to be listened to and to be heard and so i'm really interested in what happened to that $4 million and why people are still not being able to use that money that came from the jewish community high school for down payments for housing and that type of thing. is it still there, where is it? thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> former supervisor olague, thank you for bringing this important topic at this time. in the past after many, many years ro
favorite kwanza film. >> some of my friends and i reenact it every year. we do it in the park. we reenact "love actually." i get to play the white person. listen, that movie -- i wouldn't put it on my best holiday list. >> what is yours? >> what is the one with the boy who gets his tongue stuck to the pole. >> that would be "a christmas story." >> that's my favorite, the kid with the glasses the nerd. >> i never saw that movie. we had that kid on "red eye." >> scotty fargas. >> i never saw the movie. there is a certain age-group that sees that. are you offended or delighted by the british stereo types? >> i am delighted. it means income to my poor impoverished isle. what is not to love about "love actually." it imroased $250 million. >> so did mc hammer. >> it is written and directed by richard and he raised $2 billion for charity. it has allen rickman and it has dido on the soundtrack. >> i have not heard that word, dido, in five years. what happened to dido? >> he is still per forming. >> kyra knightly's jaw is impressive. i would kill to have that jaw. >> i was always told i look like
are awesome. >> do you want me to interview you? >> happy hanukkah, happy kwanza. >> celebrate all. >> do your faith and belief correlate with the great opportunity to get laid? >> it is always a great opportunity. >> not for me. have i been trying all day and this whole thing does not work. >> finally somebody gets it. you know how i know they get it? the 2013 glasses are on rebate for $4.99 each. way to go guys. now i am going in to rob something. >> why do so many people put faith in this ancient calendar? >> i have never understood. i guess they were good at predicting things before, meterological things that are not prophetic, but they knew about the stars. i said it before and i will say it again, they are that the good about predicting the end of the world so many thousands of years in the future if they couldn't predict the spanish were coming to wipe them off the face of the earth i never understood that. >> ambassador we are looking at unrest in the middle east. is this the end of the world? >> look, my family and i for various reasons are planing to celebrate christmas on december 2
a happy hanukkah and merry solstice and happy kwanza. pinch out. >>> was it over the line to goof on her behind? carolyn woos knee yaqui is uh us coulded of making a racist -- is accused of making a racist comment about her friend, serena williams after stuffing her short and shirt. it was something called roger fedderrer tour and the 22-year-old dane walked on to the court spoofing serena who also participated in the event. i have a hard time reading this because i am watching it. i don't care. while the gag was well received by the crowd -- i can't stop looking at this. even fedderrer chuckled, others said it was a major fumble to use a tennis term. tweeted one twitter user on twitter, this is an old racist trope about our hyper sexuality and hyper ab nor mall tee. let's check in with ace and top spin. >> all right. i need to see more of the other footage. diane, welcome to the program. >> hello. >> we never have seen any indication that williams is ashamed of her body. everywhere she goes she is vaw will you please few us with. do you think she cares? >> you are talking about somebody
. >> sherrod. >> i want to say happy new year. this is the last show so have a merry christmas, happy kwanza to the black people. i just want to say joy to everybody for the new year. i think 2013 will be big. i know 13 is in the title, but it will be a great deal. >> imogen, quickly. >> happy holidays, america. >> back to you, greg. >> thank you, andy. screw you for your love of "love actually." thank you, imogen, bill, gavin. that does it for me. tonight? >> [inaudible] give you what you want. >> too late. start shooting in a week. >> i'm going to make them an offer can't refuse. >> bill: power, who has it in america? is president obama trying to empower the federal government at your expense? we'll present the facts and you can make the call. >> mr. core lone is a man who insists on hearing bad news. >> i know that secretary clinton visited libya in october of 2011. did the deteriorating security information come in during heir visit there. >> bill: senator rubio should be asking that question to secretary clinton herself. she is missing in action. where is hillary? laura i can gram on th
's on to another holiday. how jazz music is teaching people about kwanza. Ñw? a. >>> as the new year perhaps, so does the deadline for the so- called fiscal cliff and tonight a new development. house republicans tossed the fiscal cliff problem to the senate today. saying once the senate has a plan congress can go forward. john fowler investigated some of the latest moves and joins us live with what could happen a week from today. john? >> reporter: do mog, we get deep spending cuts and across- the-board tax hikes. con shull staffers told me -- congressional staffers told me today, expect a bumpy ride of the halls of power empty, although negotiateders and the president are back at work. >> at the very least let's agree right now on what we already agree on. >> reporter: an olive branch to the gop and carrot to corporate giants, including the bay area's google and apple. the administration now suggesting cutting corporate tax rates. the u.s. has among the world's highest. but closing loop holes that helped google, for instance, avoid $2 billion in taxes last year. >> corporations are concerned
. >> and kwanza starts today. the holiday honors african american heritage and culture. it was created in 1966. the city of san francisco will host celebrations all week long. the first event starts today at noon. >> if you are a lucky one who doesn't have to work, not shopping, can snuggle up and stay in bed that seems good. if you are hitting the roads it'll be slower. >> that's right. there is all the rain. have you to go more slowly. we have in san francisco, 1401 at 280 split a car in the ditch. 280 southbound at the bird on- ramp we have a solo vehicle spin out. roadways planning to report at 880 southbound at the davis street off ramp. the rain him packing your morning. here is a look at the golden gate bridge. a little bit of fog but the drive looks good. 880 near the coliseum traffic is flowing well. if we can take -- there you go. you can see that the rain not a problem. the roadways seem to be dry. the sun actually looks like its starting to come up. 680, different story. we have these sort of pockets of rain and it'll sneak up. >> that's right. that's been the theme all morning
american people, happy hanukkah, merry christmas, happy kwan kwanza, whatever. this is what you'll be watching for your holiday. dana, you're the best. thank you very much. >>> still ahead here on cnn, it was supposed to be funny. a tennis player mocking superstar serena williams. many are calling it racist. did it go too far? i get congest. but now, with zyrtec-d®, i have the proven allergy relief of zyrtec®, plus a powerful decongestant. zyrtec-d® lets me breath freer, so i can love the air. [ male announcer ] zyrtec-d®. behind the pharmacy counter. no prescription needed. and with my bankamericard cash rewards credit card, i love 'em even more. i earn 1% cash back everywhere, every time. 2% on groceries. 3% on gas. automatically. no hoops to jump through. that's 1% back on... [ toy robot sounds ] 2% on pumpkin pie. and apple. 3% back on 4 trips to the airport. it's as easy as... -[ man ] 1... -[ woman ] 2... [ woman ] 3. [ male announcer ] the bankamericard cash rewards card. apply online or at a bank of america near you. ♪ hark how the bells, sweet silver bells ♪ ♪
cultural, beautiful diversity of san francisco every other cultural kwanza, you name it, we're there. but the fact is, is that these bonding opportunities for family, these rituals of our faith and of our families and of our communities, are strengtheners of our communities and we should be home to be doing that. again, even if it were just us here, that's our job, that's our responsibility. but the uncertainty, the uncertainty that they are willing to inject into the economy, continue to inject into the economy, the uncertainty for consumers, the uncertainty for the markets, it's just not there every single day that goes by, we could be losing something. everybody has talked about what happens if you go over the cliff, what happens if you don't? what happens if you don't? we send a message of confidence and cooperation and you send something very positive to the world because the world is watching and to the american people who depend on our reaching a solution. so again, does the end of the year, is that bad luck it coincides with the holidays? well it's the calendar. but the fact
say imoja? children: imoja. uh-huh. "and i help light the colorful kwanza candles." do you remember when we talked about hanukkah? hendrick: the whole point of speaking and communicating with one another is to share, to bring us closer together, to open up and include others in our world, and vice versa. teacher: can you say kwanza? all: kwanza. can you say swahili? all: swahili. swahili is an african language, and those are african words. teacher: ok, ms. anwati, are you ready? take over, let's go. one, two, three...go. ♪ kumbaya hendrick: the most important thing for children to learn about school is that it's a place where they feel warm and comfortable, a place they want to come back to. including songs and stories in the child's native language, using multiethnic pictures, and observing cultural customs not only honors the family by using the language and customs of the home at school, it also does much to foster the children's language and communication skills. ♪ kumbaya boy: hey, that's charlie's. teacher: where's charlie? this is charlie. who's charlie? that is. who's th
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